I was not able to find respective topic in the forum because my German is very limited. Therefore I am asking here:
It may happen, that at some point I might have to move to Germany - I hope so actually. I have an Audi 200 20v in Lithuania / Litauen where modifications on cars are not controlled too much yet.
In Germany though, rules are very strict - at least everybody says so.
I have purchased 1990 200 20v in Germany in 2009. I hope that soon it is going back to Germany together with me. It is not legal to drive on foreign plated for extended period of time, thus I will consider registering it in Germany.
I have tried to keep my audi as stock as possible, but some things were unavoidable.
- HP2 Brakes from s4
Vaccum based brake servo from Audi A8
A little lower intrax springs with boge turbo twintube shocks all round - all new in 2010. Originally the car had self leveling in the rear, it was removed properly and installed everything as normal 200 20v without leveling would have. Don't have the papers on shocks and springs, but I might find them on the Internet i guess.
I am normal rotors in the front, but I am soon going for cross drilled Zimmerman rotors
Both rear brake proportioning valves removed as they were faulty. But ABS working as supposed.
Red injectors from Volvo with nearly the same flow rate.
Chipped ecu from Germany, but it is a bad chip, getting another one soon.
Another question regarding Euro 4 sticker. My car was fitted with crappy G-cat device when i bought it - it was removed as it was faulty and interfered with motronic. It is stupid when two lambda systems are trying to adjust mixture, IMHO that is not needed at all. So can anybody give me an explanation? I used my old German registration paper to get a green sticker, which I was pretty sure illegal. Because it did say in the document that I had that crap installed, which was long gone when I was making this. Aren't 220v's having green sticker out of the box? It has lambda and 2 cats.